January 9, 2013

Tax Credits: Answers Still Blowin' In the Wind

Emily Pickrell, Fuel Fix


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For wind energy, Congress also expanded eligibility requirements to receive the tax break, saying that projects only need to be under construction by the end of the year. This is a big change from the prior rules, which required that a project be up and running.

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